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Where riding-related fear comes from, how trust beats it, and how you can develop that trust. | MORE
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To best help your horse get the best care and training possible, get help yourself from a qualified and professional horse trainer. Read on to learn the hallmarks of a great trainer and some strategies to find the best trainer for your horse.
Learn how to do the emergency dismount to stay out of harm's way when bareback riding. By Stacy Westfall with Jennifer Forsberg-Meyer for Horse & Rider magazine. | MORE
The way you mount up from ground to saddle at the start of a ride has important implications for your horse's body and mind.
Make sure your child (and you!) follow these basic guidelines to enhance safety while riding and at the barn.
A childhood with horses is more than learning to ride and gaining responsibility--it's also fun! Here are some tips for adding a little horseplay to your child's life. | MORE
If your timing is off, your horse will not make a clear connection between a particular pressure or corridor of pressures and the response you expect from him.
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